Jamie HalesJamie Hales #001

The first rider inducted into the Australian BMX Hall Of Fame, is Jamie Hales. Australia's first "superstar" of BMX, Jamie dominated the sport of BMX in the early 1980's, featuring on Prime Time Television and even on WeetBix Cereal Packets.

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Leigh EganLeigh Egan #002

The "Master" of Australian BMX, Leigh Egan was an imposing figure both on and off the BMX track. Australia's first Open Mens World Champion in 1984, Leigh dominated the local scene and was the first man to win 3 consecutive Open Men's titles.

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Paul AddamsPaul Addams #003

The first Australian Pro Rider to win three Australian National Pro titles in a row. A Former World Champion who literally dominated the sport of BMX in Australia throughout the 1980's.

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Wayne McIntoshWayne McIntosh #004

A pioneer of the Sport in Australia, Wayne McIntosh was the first Australian Pro Rider to race AA PRO in the United States. Wayne McIntosh won some of the largest Pro purses ever seen in Australian BMX History, and was joint winner of the very first Unofficial Australian Open Mens National Title.

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Natarsha WilliamsNatarsha Williams #005

Australia's first femal inductee. Natarsha Williams dominated Womens BMX World Racing in the late 1990's, winning the first ever UCI Elite Womens Rainbow Jersey

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Natarsha WilliamsTai-Lee Muxlow #006

9 National #1 Titles, 13 State titles and a World Title - Tai-Lee Muxlow dominated womens BMX in a time when the sport of BMX was at its peak. 

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Natarsha WilliamsSam Willoughby #007

One of the Greatest Of All Time. Sam Willoughby. Olympic Silver Medallist, Multiple World Champion, and one of the most successful Elite Mens riders the world has ever seen. 

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Natarsha WilliamsAndrew Figliomeni #008

Western Australian Andrew Figliomeni was the most successful Australian BMX Racer of the 1980's. He would win 5 x #1 World Titles and completely dominated his age class at a National and State level.

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Natarsha WilliamsTracey Kosikowski #009

Tracey pioneered Junior female racing in Australia beginning her career in the late 1970's. She was amongst Australia's first ever World Champions and inspired a generation of young women who followed in her footsteps.

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Natarsha WilliamsSteve Cassap #010

A pioneer of Freestyle riding in Australia, Steve Cassap promoted the sport of BMX with extensive magazine and televesion appearances throughout the 1980's. 

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The list of Nominees being considered for Induction is long. If you would like to Nominate an Australian BMX Rider for consideration, please download a Nomination Form and submit via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Nominations for the following year close annually on October 30th.


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